Announce Nyay, tell us when Chinese will leave our soil

Announce Nyay, tell us when Chinese will leave our soilAnnounce Nyay, tell us when Chinese will leave our soil

  • 3rd round of talks between India-China begins
  • Indian websites not accessible in China

New Delhi : Just ahead of the Prime Minister's address to the nation, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday demanded that Narendra Modi should announce the Nyay scheme to benefit the poor and also tell the nation when the Chinese troops "will leave the Indian soil".

In a video message, Rahul Gandhi said: "Coronavirus has caused irreversible damage to the poor, middle, and salaried classes; we have demanded the government to implement Nyay scheme even if it is for six months."

"The government should transfer Rs 7,500 per month to the accounts of the poor, the Congress leader added.

Gandhi added: "Everybody knows the Chinese troops have occupied our holy land at four places."

He also attacked the central government for raising fuel prices in the last three weeks since June 7.

The third round of talk between Indian and Chinese Army at Chushul at the LAC in South Eastern Ladhak starts amid mounting tension at the border.

The two armies have increased deployment of troops along the Line of Actual Control in the Ladakh region. Tuesday's talks will take place in the Chushul on Indian side of the LAC, PTI reported quoting official sources.

While Indian newspapers and TV channels continue to pick up reports about the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) from Chinese Communist propaganda sites, the Indian newspapers and websites cannot be accessed in Beijing now without Virtual Private Network server.

According to diplomatic sources in Beijing, the Indian TV channels can be accessed through IP TV as of now. However, ExpressVPN had not been working in the Communist state for the past two days on iPhone as well as desktops.

The blocking of Indian websites is the latest amid the ongoing tension between India and China after the Ladakh stand-off on June 15. The latest development coincides with the Indian governments move to ban 59 applications, most of them Chinese.

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